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Tourist Attractions in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is also a land of staggering contrast and spectacular beauty due to its compactness.Along the coast, visitors can explore amazing beaches, safari tours, guided walks through ancient cities, experience the culture and bit of modern Sri Lanka.We welcome you to find your unique Sri Lankan travel experience.

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Kalpitiya Beach

Kalpitiya Beach is a exquisite coastal region in Kalpitiya Peninsula off the west coast of Sri Lanka.

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Sigiriya

Sigiriya is located in matale district in the central province of sri lanka. It is within the cultural triangle which includes five of the seven world heritage sites in sri lanka.

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Owagiriya Ancient Monastery

An ancient monastery of second century BC

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Ancient Veheragala of Pulukunawa

A monastery complex of unknown origin

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Mullikulamalai

The monastery where Queen Viharamadevi was living as a Bikkhuni.

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Pettah Floating Market

The Pettah Floating Market is one of Colombo’s newer shopping place, located at the Bastian street on the Beira Lake.

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Pigeon Island National Park

Pigeon Island National Park is one of the two marine national parks of Sri Lanka. The national park is situated 1 km off the coast of Nilaveli.

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Dehiwala Zoo

One of main Zoological Garden in Sri Lanka.

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Maligathenna Raja Maha Viharaya

A refuge of sacred relics and Kings

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Point Pedro

Sri Lanka’s north most corner

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Pineapple in Belummahara

The Pineapple is a universal symbol for hospitality.

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Diva Guhawa - Batatota Lena

The legendary resting place of the Buddha during his visit to the Samanalakanda.

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